Broadway Theatre. This splendid establishment will opened with a carefully selected company on Monday evening, September 27. The entertainments will commence with "The School For Scandal"
Monday evening, September 27, 1847, the entertainments will commence with "The School for Scandal"
Extraordinary attractions! For the benefit of Mme. Celeste. Friday evening, June 11, 1852, will be performed the celebrated drama, entitled "The Wizard Skiff; or, The Tongueless Pirate Boy"
Mr. Collins, the eminent Irish comedian and vocalist, in “Paul Clifford”, Monday evening, February 2, 1852
Monday evening, April 26, 1852, Mr. Forrest in the character of Pierre in the revived tragedy of "Venice Preserved; or, A Plot Discovered"
Saturday evening, March 3, 1855, will be performed the popular play in five acts by James Sheridan Knowles, entitled "The Wife, a Tale of Mantua"
Saturday evening, December 1, 1855, will be performed the tragedy in five acts, by the Rev. H. Milman, entitled "Fazio; or, The Italian Wife"
Last night but two of the celebrated American actor, Mr. E. L. Davenport, who will appear in the original play, "St. Marc; or, A Husband's Sacrifice", Thursday evening, September 14, 1854
"Dick the Newsboy; or, Young America", Monday evening, October 17, 1853
Monday evening, November 10, will be played Poole’s laughable comedy of “Paul Pry; or, I Hope I Don’t Intrude”
Mr. E. L. Davenport as Claude Melnotte in “The Lady of Lyons; or, Love and Pride”, Tuesday evening, September 12, 1854
Monday evening, November 8th, 1852, "The Duke's Wager; or, A Night in the Bastile"
National Theater. On Monday evening, December 2, grand miscellaneous performance including the vivid and exciting representation of the English steeplechase
Wednesday evening, January 16, 1856, the drama in five tableaus, called "The Sea of Ice; or, The Thirst For Gold, and the Wild Flower of Mexico"
Thursday evening, January 2, 1851, will be played the new American play, written by G. H. Boker, called "The Betrothal"
Monday evening, May 22, 1865, will be presented the fascinating domestic drama in five acts, entitled "Fanchon the Cricket". Miss Maggie Mitchell in her exquisite life-like picture of Little Cricket
Saturday evening, September 19, 1857, will be presented a new comedy, adapted by Mr. Charles Mathews, entitled "Married For Money"
Monday evening, June 26, 1854, a new local drama in two acts, written by H. J. Conway, author of "Uncle Pat's Cabin", expressly for Mrs. B. Williams, entitled "Dick the Newsboy; or, Young America"
Thursday evening, February 5, 1857, will be performed for the first time in New York, an entirely new and elegant ballet, "Rose and Papillon", composed and produced by Mlle. Yrca Mathias
Saturday evening, October 11, will be produced for the fifth time, an original five-act comedy called “Nature’s Nobleman”, written expressly for this theater